On the help page for [fluid~] at the bottom left is the section relating to generators. If I enter 16 for reverbsend and change the value even to 8192 nothing happens.
I took a liberty and downloaded the Purr Data source from your GitLab page and had a bit of look at the fluid~.c code (and C is really over my head) I found these 3 lines.
fluid_settings_setstr(x->x_settings, "synth.chorus.active", "no");
fluid_settings_setstr(x->x_settings, "synth.reverb.active", "no");
fluid_settings_setstr(x->x_settings, "synth.ladspa.active", "no");
I then wondered if this was by design, because in the FluidSynth 1.1 Developer Documentation they are on by default.
@jancsika That's great!, however I have another possible bug.
Create a GOP of 15 x 15 with name and args hidden add a 15 x 15 bang in the GOP square and save. Now open the patch and add an inlet or outlet and save, the GOP then grows to 19 x 15 with this warning:
"Warning: Adjusting canvas graph-on-parent area to accomodate its name. If you want to have a smaller graph-on-parent window, please hide graph text."
@jancsika Sorry I was referring to the selection box, It retains the original selected colour when the colour is changed after it is created and is visible in performance mode, when it should be Invisible in performance mode or deselected in edit mode and a contrast colour when selected. This screenshot is in performance mode.
@pepedlr I haven't found it necessary to run Pd 0.47.0 as administrator, I have windows 10 home.
When I first installed Pd 0.47.0 from "pd-0.47-0.windows-installer.exe" it created a directory called pd-externals in my user folder which is where I unpack any externals I download using deken (I do have to unpack the zip manually).
I have two paths set in preferences to that folder "C:/Users/David/pd-externals" and C:/Users/David/pd-externals/Gem.
And the following startup flags " -font-weight normal -lib gem
The Gem I downloaded was"Gem/0.93.3 (deken installable file for W32 32bit/i386)) Uploaded by zmoelnig @ 2016-05-20 22:10:28
All externals work if I prefix the folder name of the object eg [cyclone/mousestate].
Because Gem is loaded at startup I get the following in the Pd console window
GEM: Graphics Environment for Multimedia
GEM: ver: 0.93.3
GEM: compiled: Nov 10 2011
GEM: maintained by IOhannes m zmoelnig
GEM: Authors : Mark Danks (original version)
GEM: Chris Clepper
GEM: Cyrille Henry
GEM: IOhannes m zmoelnig
GEM: with help by Guenter Geiger, Daniel Heckenberg, James Tittle, Hans-Christoph Steiner, et al.
GEM: found a bug? miss a feature? please report it:
GEM: homepage http://gem.iem.at/
GEM: bug-tracker http://sourceforge.net/projects/pd-gem/
GEM: mailing-list http://lists.puredata.info/listinfo/gem-dev/
GEM: compiled for SIMD architecture: SSE2 MMX
GEM: using SSE2 optimization
And Gem works without prefixing the object.
I hope this may be of help